Small Infinities, a play by Professor Alan Brody

Thursday, April 7 to Saturday, April 16

All were welcome to attend Small Infinities, a play by MIT Professor Alan Brody.

Performance dates:

Thursday, April 7
Friday, April 8
Saturday, April 9
Thursday, April 14
Friday, April 15
Saturday, April 16

Showtime at 7:30 on all dates
Tickets and information through MIT Music and Theater Arts.

About the play

Small Infinities explores the life and paradox of Sir Isaac Newton. Newton is the father of modern science, yet he was also an alchemist and believed he had unearthed textual revelations in the scriptures—a genius with a medieval mind in the beginning of the modern age. The play traces his obsession with finding the unity of God’s design through science, alchemy, the Bible—and the human relationships he destroys in his quest. In the end he believes he has become the assassin of God and a failure. Directed by Wes Savick.

For more, read 3 Questions: Alan Brody on Small Infinities (MIT News, April 7, 2016)

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Event Details

Thu April 7, 7:30pm to Sat April 16, 9:30pm

Kresge Little Theater

48 Massachusetts Avenue (rear)
Cambridge, MA 02139